Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 7:15-2:45
Wednesday - 7:45-3:00
Phone - 425-837-7887
Fax - 425-837-7855
Attention New Running Start
If you are interested in Running Start for Fall of 2014 please visit our Running Start page here. Counselors will not be meeting with students about Running Start until they have visited the mandatory information session and completed the online application process. Additionally please print out the Running Start packet here prior to meeting with your counselor. Don't forget that you'll need to attend a mandatory new student information session on either May 31st, June 7th, June 14th, or June 21st to make the priority registration deadline for Fall 2014.
Families will be able to view only their course requests to ensure accuracy on April 16, 17, and 18. If changes need to be made, course request change forms can be downloaded from the counseling website or picked up in the counseling office. Request change forms are due in the counseling office by Friday, April 18. The course request change form is available here and all the course selection materials are available by selecting Academics - Course Selection 2014-2015 located on the Skyline High School website.
Summer School Information is Here!
If you are planning to take a summer school course either online or in person through the Issaquah School District please click here for more information.
APTP Math Placement Test
Please find the attached link detailing information about the Academic Placement Testing Program’s Mathematics Placement Test (MPT). This placement test is required for many students who may be attending Western Washington University or the University of Washington starting Fall 2014. It is also required by some other state colleges. If you are a senior attending a state college we highly recommend that you sign up for this test so you do not have to take it when you arrive on campus.
Offered every Monday from 2:30-3:30 in room 2402
- Have a weekly check-in with a staff about how things are going at school
- Complete some homework before leaving school or going to sports practice
- Get help with organization – cleaning out backpacks, mapping out a study plan for their week
- Track homework and grades on Student Access
- Work with counselors on study skills and test preparation
- Use the computer to email teachers or check teacher websites
- Get help from National Honor Society tutors
Lesson plans will be offered every other week for the first fifteen minutes
(Update coming soon)
If you are looking for a way to fulfill the technology proficiency graduation requirement without taking Software Tech, Intro to Computer Science or Website Design you can sign up to take the technology proficiency test.
**Last test date for 2013-2014 School Year
Please visit the new Technology Test support page for more information here for additional information.